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Lebanese-British journalist snubs Saudi G20 invitation citing women's rights

11 September, 2020

While many have lauded Zahra Hankir for her boycott, her post sparked substantial backlash.

Egyptian activist faces 'fake news' trial on Saturday

11 September, 2020

Egyptian authorities have charged Sanaa Seif under the Penal Code and Cybercrime Law for disseminating information regarding Covid-19 in the Tora prison complex in Cairo.

Turkish pro-Kurdish MP convicted on terror charge

11 September, 2020

Remziye Tosun was found guilty of treating wounded Kurdish militants from the outlawed PKK group during a 2015 Turkish army operation in the southeastern district of Sur

TNA Voice Podcast: Disney's complicity in China's rights abuses

11 September, 2020

Our podcast bringing you compelling stories from the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and beyond.

Uproar after 'victim blaming' in Pakistan gang rape case

11 September, 2020

Protests hit Pakistan after a police chief appeared to blame the victim for an alleged gang rape while she was driving with her children at night without a male companion

Israel fires missiles at targets near Syria's Aleppo

11 September, 2020

Reports of Israeli attacks on Aleppo, the country’s second-largest city, located north of Syria and close to the Turkish border, are rare.

Libyans protest poor living conditions in Benghazi

11 September, 2020

After widespread demonstrations took place in Libya's capital Tripoli last month, a rare protest erupted in the eastern city of Benghazi.

Lebanese firefighters douse remains of Beirut port fire

11 September, 2020

A statement from the civil defence confirmed that the fire had been fully extinguished after firefighters worked through the night.

Thousands spend third night outside after Greek camp fire

11 September, 2020

'We've lost everything, we were abandoned, without food, water or medicine,' a Syrian asylum seeker said after spending three nights sleeping rough after two fires ripped through Moria camp

HRW calls on YouTube to preserve war crimes evidence

10 September, 2020

Human Rights Watch is calling for the retrieval of war crimes evidence that have been removed from social media.

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